Horizontally oriented, classic basic form, derived from free-standing wire frameworks (on poles) often used for growing fruit trees (0050). Often for low areas like building bases but also for walls, garages etc. Not for creepers which need vertically orientated systems. Many variations , see below. Please also refer to our tips for the choice of a suitable style at the Climbing Plants section.
Order as a kit: Parts list, information and assembly tips
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Height x breadth: max. approx. 1.2 m x 3.2 m (at a heavy/solid kit 1.2 m x 4 m). Distance between the horizontal ropes most but only 25 -30 cm of (shoots) or 35 cm of (roses). Base approx. 0.5 - 1.5 m over the ground.
Variations: In high trellises as 3050. System 5020 is an inexpensive alternative with one less cable. 4040, 4030 and even 5040 are suitable for larger widths in turn, each being built as a rectangular form. In general , with more wires, brackets and cross clamps, the basic form 8010 can be easily expanded, but there is a maximum of about 1.5 m and (heavy / massive construction 1.8 m) a 'cable bridge' made of two holders and two cross clamps is needed. Individual horizontal cables such as 1060 are possible.
Installation: carried out as shown on the graphs, please also refer to the installation tips (s. above). For free standing walls etc. there are wall mounts that are less than 30 cm distance apart until the wall Crown or to the edge of the wall. Not used with anchors, but attached with composite mortar (expansion pressure-free anchoring).
Shoot Guidance: See graphics. Mostly vineyard guidance (R 01). Also small horizontal cordons are possible, one-sided angled or twice angled, " forked “(R 02). With longer cordon arms and larger planting distance (R 03) fewer vines are used, but the setup takes 1-2 years longer.